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Black oil spill

‘Black oil spill’ — Monday 19th February 2018 Homerton (during the black oil spill at Tottenham Hale) – River Lee – chalk marker pen on glass

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Yet we are homeless

‘Yet we are homeless’ — Monday 5th February 2018 Hackney Wick – Hertford Union – chalk marker pen on glass

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Home is now

Home is now — Monday 22nd January 2018 Mile End – Regent’s Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Circle

Circle — Tuesday 7th November 2017 Little Venice – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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What have we forgotten

What have we forgotten — Tuesday 31st October 2017 Westbourne Park – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Raindrops

Raindrops — Monday 23rd October 2017 Kensal Green – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Human movement

I am working on a project looking at how technology and big data is taking over human jobs. I am  looking to interview Uber drivers, Deliver Riders and scan their phones and body as a primary source of research. Does […]

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We are tired

We are tired— Tuesday 5th September 2017 Cowley – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Contrail

Contrail — Friday 25th August 2017 Uxbridge – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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We murder

Porthole — We murder — Friday 11th August 2017 Uxbridge – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Exchange Residency

​Exchange run an art residency programme providing support for early career artists, focusing on development of practise, critical discussion and the exchange of ideas.
Follow my journey and experiences during my six week residency at The Finborough Arms.

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The end is nigh!

Eva Hesse Documentary at the ICA The screening of Eva Hesse at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London was an in depth journey of understanding the life and work of the artist. She truly dedicated her short life to her […]

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A life in the making

During the week I have been collecting daily visual references/ research Due to the strong natural light the swans appear whiter especially on the areas where the light reflected the most. The neck area shows a yellowing, the reflective colour […]

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The decision to commit

I’m at that stage where the unpicking of my practice has begun and trying to piece it back together; in the hope of revealing those key concepts and focal points. After my tutorial with Davida on Wednesday, we discussed how […]

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Masculine or feminine aesthetic

There seems to be a common thread that resides in my current work; how I engage with ‘ready mades’ that are of an industrial nature and using materials to create sculptural forms. I’m currently exploring the notion of space and […]

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The tension between organic and manmade

The group tutorial this week was insightful; it’s always interesting to get feedback and listen to how people observe and read your work. The discussion was about the work in general and what direction I could see the work taking over […]

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Distortion of gender and the female form

This week has led me to the realisation of how materials and the human form; in my tutorial with Judit we discussed what my exact context for the work is and the interests that engage the work. Is it the […]

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Space in relation to the work

Yesterday I found myself filming the process of my work; continuously recording me in a space engaging and surrounded by my work. I was playing with how the work can interact with one another and the surrounded space; manipulating their positions […]

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